Chi Kung (also called Qigong) is the Chinese system of healing and fitness exercises. Ranging from gentle to vigorous, these healing movements are learned and practiced to keep the body limber and stress-free, filled with vitality and endurance. There are also health meditations performed seated, standing, or walking.
Steve Baglioni knows the human body. On a regular basis, the massage therapist works with sports professionals and chiropractors, and is currently studying to become a certified personal trainer. Given the diversity of the fields he's studied, it's not surprising Steve specializes in two very different styles of massage. As a sports therapist, he provides intense treatment for athletes looking to improve their flexibility or recover from strenuous activity. Steve’s other specialty is hospice service. In this capacity, he performs comfort touch treatments that gently relieve aches in patients who spend a great deal of time in bed or wheelchairs.
Heather Borghesi, nutritionist and reiki practitioner, strives to help her patients reach their health potential through diet and lifestyle changes, supplementation, and reiki healing. During her reiki sessions, Heather provides relaxation and stress reduction through bodywork that spurs the body's natural healing abilities. As a nutritionist, she specializes in food sensitivities as well as remedying ADHD and child-behavior issues through nutrition. Her nutritional consultations can include planning lifestyle changes and introducing supplements, and she even provides in-home meal preparation.
At Tsunami Massage and Wellness, therapists free clients from chronic discomfort and restricted muscular movement, enhancing both physical and mental health in the process. They work with four massage styles?during traditional Swedish massage, for example, they relax the body through gentle kneading, much like a baker relaxes a lump of frazzled and stressed-out dough. Their deep-tissue massage, on the other hand, disentangles muscle knots with intense, targeted pressure. Hot-stone massage melts away tension with heated stones, and myofascial release alleviates tightness in the fascia with soft-tissue stretching and manipulation.